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HIV/AIDS and the World of Work Branch (ILOAIDS)

     
Zero New HIV Infections. Zero Discrimination. Zero AIDS-Related Deaths.
Implement the ILO Recommendation on HIV and AIDS (No.200).
AIDS is a workplace issue because it has a marked impact on workers, their families and dependants, enterprises and national economies. More >>

What's new

  1. HealthWISE publications

    ILO and WHO team up to improve working conditions in the health sector

    30 July 2014,

    The two UN agencies are publishing the HealthWISE package – consisting of an Action Manual and Trainers’ Guide – that aims not only to improve working conditions for health workers but also to deliver better quality services for patients.

  2. Event

    ILO's participation in the 20th International AIDS Conference

    20 July 2014, Melbourne, Australia

    The ILO is participating in AIDS2014, which is expected to gather over 10,000 delegates (including policy makers, programme implementers, practitioners, activists, scientists, journalists, people living with HIV) from nearly 200 countries on the theme: Stepping up the pace. The ILO and its partners will highlight the contribution of the world of work to the AIDS response through various events and activities held from 20 to 24 July in Melbourne, Australia.

  3. © TANG CHHIN SOTHY / AFP 2014

    ILO blog

    Pills and condoms aren’t enough to beat AIDS

    18 July 2014,

    The fight against HIV/AIDS has entered a new phase, according to Senior ILOAIDS Specialist Afsar Syed Mohammad, who underlines the critical importance of removing barriers to treatment while protecting the rights of people living with HIV.

Key resources

  1. Recommendation concerning HIV and AIDS and the World of Work, 2010 (No. 200)
    17 June 2010

    The new labour standard is the first human rights instrument to focus on HIV and AIDS in the world of work, and was adopted - by an overwhelming majority - by governments, employers’ and workers’ representatives from ILO member States at the International Labour Conference in June 2010.

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